“There is no UPA now,” she told reporters after meeting NCP chief Sharad Pawar at residence in Mumbai on Wednesday. “UPA is over. Now, the regional parties who are opposed to the BJP must come together and put up a joint fight,” she added.
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UP poll: Didi returns favour to Akhilesh
TRINAMOOL Congress will not join the fray in Uttar Pradesh in the upcoming Assembly elections, Samajwadi Party national vice-president Kiranmay Nanda announced on Tuesday.
Bhagwant is AAP's chosen Mann in Punjab
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Devas-Antirx deal Cong's fraud: FM
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Shopkeepers fume over odd-even protocol, ask govt to focus on hawkers
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Winter storm whips northeast US
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Covid wave ebbing in Delhi & Mumbai
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Govt's yoga classes a big hit, 3k already enrolled
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‘Will persuade brother not to contest'
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Real Madrid overcome Bilbao to clinch Spanish Super Cup
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FED TO ACCELERATE WITHDRAWAL OF ECONOMIC AID AS PRICES SURGE
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Lower Taxes on Your RMDs
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Congress Just Can't Quit Facebook
Lawmakers of both parties assail the tech giant but are hooked on its core product
More Debt Ceiling Drama
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The National Interest: Jonathan Chait
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Go Big or Go Home
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Does Congressman Andy Harris represent the future or end of the Maryland GOP?
Fear of a Digital Dollar
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CONGRESS TO PRESS BIG TECH CEOS OVER SPEECH, MISINFORMATION
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Federal Debt: A Heavy Load
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